Recent Blog Posts

LiveWire Calgary – Racism in the arts: Calgary artists hope vicious cycle broken

My article on racism in the arts in LiveWire Calgary. Photo Credit: Tim Nguyen

Vertigo Theatre is exploring the friendship between Sherlock and Watson in new play

Braden Griffiths and Curt McKinstry are stepping back into their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Watson for the play Sherlock Holmes and the Raven’s Curse at Vertigo Theatre. They played these characters once before in Sherlock Holmes and the American Problem, and they are thrilled to come back. “I’m absolutely excited to have the opportunity,” […]

Reuben and the Dark takes a different approach on their new album

Catch them at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in October! Reuben and the Dark is quite busy nowadays. They just announced their new album Un ǀ Love, and released a single Faultline. Reuben Bullock, the lead singer, has also been doing some commercial writing for tv and movies. “I’ve done some of it in […]

Recent Reviews

kloetzel&co.’s The Coming Silence – Review

My review for kloetzel&co.’s The Coming Silence for The Dance Current The Coming Silence Is a Wild Ride

DJD’s It’s all in the details – Review

My review for DJD’s drive through dance performance of It’s all in the details for The Dance Current. Decidedly Jazz Danceworks’ Drive-In Show Is an Innovative Pandemic Performance

Sensory Box lets you rediscover theatre

Rediscover. Slow down and savour. This is the idea at the heart of Ghost River Theatre’s SensoryBox. You get to unwrap a box in the company of others at the theatre in a socially distant way, or from the comfort of your own home, with the soothing sound of Mike Tan’s voice as your narrator […]